Weekly topic: Brand Presence a…

Weekly topic: Brand Presence and Reflection at Year End

EthicalBrands.com concludes the series on brands at Christmas by discussing the presence of brands in 2… Read More
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2015: A Grey Year for Guatemalan Brands

Elizabeth Rojas critizises the conservative strategies of many brands and exhorts them to build a more emot… Read More
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Face to Face:Brand Presence and Reflection at Year End

Luis Fernando Alejos and Zully de la Roca conclude the series on brands by discussing brand presence an… Read More
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Campbell Will Disclose GMOs on All Labels, Urges Feds to Make It Mandatory

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12/01/2016 Via Sustainable Brands: Whether or not you believe that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are safe for human consumption, the fact remains that the majority of American consumers support the labeling of GMO foods. Genetically engineered crops might be here to stay, but even so, it may be in the industry’s best interest to label products that contain them. This …

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The Daily News Just Made One Helluva Statement About “New York Values”

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15/01/2015 By Ben Dreyfuss published on Mother Jones Last night, Sen. Ted Cruz said some stupid things about “New York values” being a synonym for like money-grubbing, fame-hungry monsters. Donald Trump used the moment to go full “9/11” on Cruz and, at least to my aged eyes, the Princeton educated, Goldman Sachs spouse left the exchange the worse for it. …

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The Top 5 Reasons MoveOn Members Voted to Endorse Bernie

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12/01/2016 By Ilya Sheyman, Executive Director, MoveOn.org Political Action With a record-setting 78.6 percent of 340,665 votes cast by the MoveOn membership, Senator Bernie Sanders has won MoveOn.org Political Action’s endorsement for president with the largest total and widest margin in MoveOn history. MoveOn.org only endorses candidates based on votes by our members. Our only previous presidential endorsement during a …

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Rolling Stone faces criticism over ‘El Chapo’ interview

Rolling Stone Sean Penn and El Chapo Guzmán

10/01/2016 Via Associated Press: It was a big scoop, and one Rolling Stone may well regret. The magazine made stunning news over the weekend by revealing that actor Sean Penn landed a rare interview last fall with the notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman while Guzman was on the run after escaping through a tunnel from a maximum-security Mexican …

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Macy’s Announces Thousands Of Job Cuts

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07/01/2016 Via Huffpost Business: Macy’s is cutting up to 4,800 jobs and has slashed its profit outlook after a miserable holiday season. The nation’s largest department store chain, which also operates upscale Bloomingdale’s, said about 2,110 of the job cuts will come from reducing staffing levels at stores, eliminating duplications in back office operations and consolidating regional store groups. The …

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FBI to begin tracking animal cruelty cases in Ohio

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05/01/2015 Via WTDN: Animal cruelty has become such a problem for law enforcement the FBI is taking action. Beginning in January of 2016 the FBI will track animal cruelty cases in Ohio and the nation. Before now, animal abuse fell under an ‘other’ category lumped together with other less serious crimes, said Mark Kumpf with the Montgomery County Animal Resource …

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It’s Time to Say it: Creationists Aren’t Christians – They’re a Cult

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By Allen Clifton, published on Forward Progressives I think by now most who follow my writing know that I am not a fan of creationists.  In fact, the more I speak with several of them, the more I think these people are suffering from severe mental illness.  They’ll literally say that all scientific data is “just a theory” and that …

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Spotify is being sued for $150 million over unpaid royalties

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29/12/2015 Via The Verge, by Lizzie Plaugic: Musician David Lowery has filed a class action lawsuit against Spotify, claiming the streaming service knowingly distributes copyrighted content, Billboard reports. Lowery is seeking at least $150 million in damages for the illegal distribution of several of his songs. Lowery’s complaint alleges Spotify causes “substantial harm and injury to the copyright holders” by intentionally …

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5 truths about the unconventional modern career path

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Via Mashable: Technological advancements and the “digital workplace” affect everything about how young professionals and seasoned job seekers mold their future career paths. From traditional industries like finance or retail to flexible jobs at startups, today’s career landscape looks drastically different than it did even as few as ten years ago. While technology is fundamentally changing the nature of many …

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All Mariah Carey wants for Christmas… is a festive streaming payout

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24/12/2015 Via The Guardian: Justin Bieber may be gracefully trying to bow out of the race for Christmas number one in the UK by encouraging fans to buy the rival NHS Choir song, but further down the chart there’s another notable festive trend. Older Christmas songs by Mariah Carey, The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl, Wham, Shakin’ Stevens, Wizzard and Chris …

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